After the hearth within the coaching constructing, the radioactive background within the space of the Zaporizhzhia energy plant stays regular. The personnel of the plant proceed working to service the services of the NPP, the Russian Defence Ministry stated in a press release.
In response to the ministry, Ukrainian saboteurs took a monstrous provocative motion on the territory of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear energy plant. The aim of the motion was to accuse Russia of making a hotbed of radioactive contamination, Protection Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov stated.
The nuclear energy plant stays below the management of the Russian Armed Forces.
“On March 4, at about 2 a. m., whereas patrolling the protected space adjoining to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear energy plant, a cellular patrol group of the Russian Guard was attacked by Ukrainian saboteurs,” the Protection Ministry stated.
To be able to provoke return hearth on the constructing, the Ukrainian saboteurs opened heavy hearth from small arms from the home windows of the coaching advanced, Konashenkov stated.
“The Russian patrol group suppressed the hearth. When leaving the constructing, the Ukrainian saboteurs set hearth to the coaching constructing,” the Protection Ministry stated.
Firefighters put the hearth out, the radioactive background within the space of the facility plant is regular, NPP workers proceed servicing its services.
“The immediate statements that Zelensky made concerning the alleged risk to the nuclear energy plant and his negotiations with Washington and London depart little doubt. The aim of the provocation of the Kiev regime on the nuclear facility was to accuse Russia of makes an attempt to create a hotbed of radioactive contamination,” Konashenkov stated, noting that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had utterly misplaced management over the actions of Ukrainian sabotage teams with the participation of overseas mercenaries.
On February 24, Russian forces took management of the territory of the Chernobyl nuclear energy plant.
The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Energy Station in Enerhodar, Ukraine, is the most important nuclear energy plant in Europe and among the many ten largest on the earth. It’s in southeastern Ukraine close to the town of Enerhodar, on the southern shore of the Kakhovka Reservoir on the Dnieper River.
The plant has 6 VVER-1000 pressurized gentle water nuclear reactors (PWR), every fuelled with U235 (LEU) and producing 950 MWe, for a complete energy output of 5,700 MWe. The primary 5 had been efficiently introduced on-line between 1985 and 1989, and the sixth was added in 1995. The plant generates practically half of the nation’s electrical energy derived from nuclear energy, and greater than a fifth of complete electrical energy generated in Ukraine.